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Controlling parameters with snapshots AND expression pedal?

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So, I have my basic go-to preset set up with 4 snapshots: Clean, Drive, More Drive, and Lead. Basically the same patch but with different settings on the amp, and maybe an extra drive pedal to boost it for the Lead snapshot.

Anyway, up until I updated to the latest (2.5) firmware, I had it set up so the Drive parameter on the amp was being controlled and changed by each snapshot, but ALSO being controlled by the expression pedal (clicking it on turned it into a wah) so I could roll the drive up and down on the fly if I wanted.. however, since this latest update that seems to have stopped being possible? As far as I can tell, I now have to choose between controlling it on the snapshot OR on the EXP

Am I being stupid or is this different now?

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So, I have my basic go-to preset set up with 4 snapshots: Clean, Drive, More Drive, and Lead. Basically the same patch but with different settings on the amp, and maybe an extra drive pedal to boost it for the Lead snapshot.

 

Anyway, up until I updated to the latest (2.5) firmware, I had it set up so the Drive parameter on the amp was being controlled and changed by each snapshot, but ALSO being controlled by the expression pedal (clicking it on turned it into a wah) so I could roll the drive up and down on the fly if I wanted.. however, since this latest update that seems to have stopped being possible? As far as I can tell, I now have to choose between controlling it on the snapshot OR on the EXP

 

Am I being stupid or is this different now?

 

Go to your global settings - exp pedals and change the setting from per preset to per snapshot.  After that, the expression pedal will work for the drive and the snapshot will retain its settings.

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Ahh there it is! Dunno why that changed when I updated it, but thanks! 

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